The NAD is very excited to partner with three other organizations during this conference — the National Deaf Education Conference (NDEC) will be hosting their conference and will handle and take charge of the Education track; Deaf In Government will handle and take charge of Government Employment Training (GET); and the Registry of Interpreters (RID) Region I will handle and take charge of the Interpreting track. The rest of the tracks are the responsibility of the NAD. Any workshop related questions can be sent to [email protected].
CEUs are available and paid for in advance during conference registration. Each partner (DIG, NDEC, RID and NAD) charges their own flat rate fee for processing of CEU’s or Certificates. CEU and Certification options are listed below.
- DIG Certificate: ($0) DIG Certificates are provided at no charge and are designed for government employees and are from Deaf in Government. DIG Certificate recipients will receive a certificate via e-mail after the conference and do not need to sign in at each workshop.
- NDEC Certificate: ($100) There will be a charge of $100 for NDEC Certificates which are designed for teachers K-12 and are from the Connecticut Department of Education. NDEC Certificate recipients will receive a certificate via e-mail after the conference and do not need to sign in at each workshop.
- RID CEU’s: ($100) There will be a charge of $100 for RID CEU processing which includes all credits earned during the conference. More information on how to earn CEUs will be forthcoming.
- NAD Certificate: ($10) There will be a charge of $10 for NAD Certificates. Recipients will receive a certificate via e-mail after the conference and do not need to sign in at each workshop. Please contact us if another format is required.
>> Specific Trainings
Racial Justice Training — Monday, July 2, 1-5p
This four-hour training for anyone who is interested in unpacking their privilege and learning about racial justice. Throughout your workplace and personal experiences, you’ve likely gleaned information and knowledge here and there related to diversity and racial justice. Whether your knowledge is limited or in-depth or somewhere in between, in this workshop, you will build a “toolbox” like they do on Saturdays at Home Depot. Contained will be a beginning framework in organizing your knowledge, unpacking privilege, discussing racial issues, touching upon other contributing and examining your past and future contributions to racial justice. Participants will have a chance to be hands-on through a mixture of presentation and discussion. Shilpa Hanumantha and Katie Cue are leading this training.
This training is $5, you can add this to your registration cart.